dr. foxx in her remarks, streamlining programs, reducing the numbers of programs that have shown to be ineffective by the g.a.o., having a work force investment system that's more nimble, able to react to changes in the economy, to changes in the employment sector, to changes in the types of skills that people need to succeed in the 21st century work force. but unfortunately we have a bill today which falls short in that regard. even though this bill gives great authority to governors, i have word from my own home state's department of labor and employment opposition to this bill. we have statements from many other disability advocates, youth groups, civil rights groups opposed to this bill. workers with disabilities, disadvantaged youth, returning veterans, low-income adults, migrant workers, minorities, these are all underserved populations that work force investment system is designed to serve.